Trapeze Class in Escondido for Two

Soar with an Escondido Hands-On Flying Trapeze Lesson For Two

About This Experience

General Information hide

Experience the thrill of circus style flying trapeze in Escondido, California just a half hour from San Diego! This class will introduce you and your guest to all aspects of flying, familiarize you with the apparatus and terminology of the trapeze, and teach you to perform basic tricks.The fun begins next to the Deerpark Monastary, where you will meet your experienced Trapeze Instructor for an hour and a half lesson. 

First, the Instructor will provide a safety briefing and introduce the necessary equipment, afterwards, you and your guest will start on the ground familiarizing yourselves with the equipment and jumping skills. Once you have perfected the necessary skills on the ground you will be strapped into a harness, taken up to trapeze level, and fly through the air to be caught by a professional catcher on the other side.

Swing, fly, flip, roll - this San Diego Flying Trapeze Experience is sure to provide you with the thrill of a lifetime.

Where It's Located hide

  • Escondido, California

Who Is Included hide

The Trapeze Class In Escondido For Two Xperience Certificate® is for two participants. You will be joined by up to four additional participants in the class.

Guests may watch from a specially arranged viewing area.

When It Is Offered hide

The Escondido Trapeze Class is offered on Wednesdays and Fridays at 6:00 PM and on Saturdays and Sundays at 10:00 AM & 12:00 PM year-round, subject to availability.

How Long Is It hide

The Trapeze Class near San Diego has a class time of 90 minutes and a total duration of approximately 2 hours.

Weather hide

The Trapeze Class For Two may be cancelled by the Instructor due to high winds, heavy rain, fog or other inclement weather.

What To Wear hide

Dress comfortably, flat rubber-soled shoes and athletic gear are recommended for this outdoor trapeze class.
Please also bring a lot of drinking water to the class.

Additional Information hide

Trapeze dates back to 1865, when Jules Leotard used to swing from cables attached to air vents over the pool of his parents' gymnasium outside of Paris, France. One day he attached a metal bar to the cables and the Flying Trapeze was born. Leotard performed his first feats at a Cirque Napoleon in Paris, now called Cirque d'Hiver. The traditional flyer's costume, the leotard, is named after him. Circus artists still perform at Cirque d'Hiver almost 150 years after Leotard.


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Reservation Information hide

All changes to reservations for the Trapeze Class In Escondido For Two Experience require seven (7) days advance notice.

Xperience Certificates® cannot be exchanged once a reservation for the experience has been made.

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